Gives you a 10' ramp with 17.25" of width, so its coverage area is extremely large. With a 10' length, the angle of the ramp will be shallower, making it easier to push the dirt bike up the ramp. Fold down to 60" x 17.25". Traction from serrated crossbars. Offers a maximum weight capacity support of 1,500 lbs.
Pricier than other options.
Folds down to 45" x 5.5" for easy storage. Uses serrated rungs that give a bit of traction for the bike's wheels during loading so they won't slip. Has rubber coated ends to protect the truck during loading. Ramp weighs just 17 lbs., so it's easy to move around.
May struggle to support larger bikes. Would be nice if it was just a little wider.
Folds down to a size of 60" x 11.25", so it can be stored anywhere. Good width so you don't feel like you might roll of the edge if you slip. Uses serrated crossbars that give the bike's wheels some traction while you're loading it. Weighs 22 lbs., which isn't bad for a large ramp.
Only provides support for up to 600 lbs. of weight, which is low for a large ramp.
With its flat-plate design, the bike moves more smoothly up the ramp versus a model with thicker crossbars in the design. Has a few grooves and holes in the plate, so it will give you a bit of traction to avoid wheel slippage. Nice width at 11.3" and weight of 19 lbs.
Not going to support larger dirt bikes very well, as plates may bend.
Measures 17.25" in width, so you'll never have to worry about the bike slipping off the edge of the ramp. Offers a maximum weight capacity support of 1,500 lbs. Folds down to a size of 48" x 17.25". Uses serrated crossbars in the design to give the bike's wheels traction.
At 38 lbs., this ramp is much heavier than most models. Expensive.
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A dirt bike loading ramp is a crucial piece of equipment. Dirt bikes are heavy things, so getting one onto a trailer or truck is impossible without a strong ramp that can support the weight of your bike. Dirt bike loading ramps are generally made of aluminum, which provides both strength and a relatively light weight when it comes time to lift and then store them. They’re foldable for easy storage. Length generally ranges from 7.5’ to 10’. The longer the ramp, the easier it is to load the dirt bike due to the incline being more gradual. Look for a ramp where the crossbars are closer together as that makes it easier and safer to walk the dirt bike up the ramp.
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